The scandal of Susan Sontag /
Susan Sontag (1933-2004) spoke of the promiscuity of art and literature & mdash;the willingness of great artists and writers to scandalize their spectators through critical frankness, complexity, and beauty. Sontag's life and thought were no less promiscuous. She wrote deeply and engagingly...
New York :
Columbia University Press,
|Series:||Gender and culture.
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection|
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- Introduction: unextinguished: Susan Sontag's work in progress /
- Barbara Ching and Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor
- Some notes on "Notes on camp" /
- Terry Castle
- Absolute seriousness: Susan Sontag in American popular culture /
- Dana Heller
- "Not even a New Yorker": Susan Sontag in America /
- Barbara Ching
- Romances of community in Sontag's later fiction /
- Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor
- Sontag, modernity, and cinema: women and an aesthetics of silence, 1960-1980 /
- E. Ann Kaplan
- Sontag on theater /
- Julia Walker
- The "counterculture" in quotation marks: Sontag and Marcuse on the work of revolution /
- Craig J. Peariso
- A way of feeling is a way of seeing: Sontag and the visual arts /
- Leslie Luebbers
- Metaphors kill: "Against interpretation" and the illness books /
- Jay Prosser
- The posthumous life of Susan Sontag /
- Nancy K. Miller
- In summa: the latter essays: an appreciation /
- Sohnya Sayres
- Susan Sontag, cosmophage /
- Wayne Koestenbaum.